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Egypt's new prime minister addresses protesters

05 March, Cairo, Egypt, CNN

Sharaf, Egypt's former transportation minister, was sworn in Friday after the resignation of Ahmed Shafik, the last prime minister tapped by Hosni Mubarak.

A vocal critic of Mubarak, Sharaf earned street credibility after he appeared among the protesters in early February, demanding change.

He was well-received Friday though some saw his appointment as prime minister as a preemptive move by Egypt's military government to appease protesters who have vowed to air their voices until their demands are met What next for Egypt? They have been calling for the dismantling of the state security apparatus, the release of political prisoners and prosecution of members of the former regime.

Mubarak relinquished power on February 11, following 18 days of uprising.

 

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